S.G. Browne

And Now A Word From The Color Yellow

People are always asking me what it’s like to look like urine.

These are the people who laugh at me.  Who walk away snickering and high-fiving each other and thinking they’re all that.

Men usually.  Teenage boys.  Fraternity members.


Women, on the other hand, are more likely to ask me how they look in me.  Personally, I wish they’d ask the question in reverse but for some reason, most women tend to think I’m gay.  Maybe not as many who think the same thing about Pink, but then that’s kind of a no-brainer.  He’s Pink, for Christ’s sake.

Then, of course, there’s Red, Pink’s cousin, who most women find totally hot.  Fucker.  He’s all show and no substance.  But it’s kind of hard to compete with Red when your complementary color is Purple.

Filed under: Random Fiction — S.G. Browne @ 6:19 am


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